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Re: Start-up files for bash?
- To: <gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Re: Start-up files for bash?
- From: "Weiqi Gao" <weiqigao at crl dot com>
- Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 23:29:45 -0600
Leonard Sisson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I have just installed the Cygnus Win32 utility binaries including Bash
>Win 95. A few years ago I had & helped do admin on a Sun Sparc system and
>used mostly csh. As I recall, we had both system startup and individual
>login startup (something like .cshrc, .profile?) files as well as such
>as some in an /etc directory (hosts & others). I assume such startup
>are implemented for the Win 32 port of Bash, but I haven't run across the
>documentation on how to do that yet. Can anyone tell me where I can find
I think the Win32 bash uses the standard start-up files. The ones in /etc
first, and the ones in ~. Where "/" is determined by the mount command,
and "~" is determined by the HOME environment variable.
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